Well-attended marches aside, the grey areas in the abortion debate need to be tackled before we can talk seriously about a referendum
The trouble with issues like abortion is that – while the extreme ends of the argument are generally very well articulated – the middle ground rarely gets a look in. And thus the valuable shades of grey that should be leavening out this black and white debate fade from view.
And so, here we find ourselves once again in the abortion debate.
On the one side, as evidenced by last weekend’s well-attended pro-choice march through...
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